17-18 of October 2014, Queen Mary University of London
This event is the second in a series of annual conferences on Criminal Justice organised jointly by Queen Mary University of London (Criminal Justice Centre) and Renmin University (Beijing, China). The last conference took place at Renmin University in October 2013 and focused on the different crime problems and legal regulations in the area of organised crime in China and Europe. This year’s follow-up conference will bring together experts from China and Europe to discuss the impact of fraud and money laundering, and more generally financial crime, on national, regional and international economies. While focusing on legal perspectives, this conference is open to other disciplines exploring the field, such as criminology, sociology, geography and accounting. It aims at engaging a variety of academic and practitioner perspectives to open up a practice-focused, cross-cultural dialogue on the topic. Papers are invited on the themes of asset recovery, credit card fraud, money laundering, public and private responses to financial crime, financial crime in the justice systems and many more.
If you are interested in presenting a paper, please send an abstract of not more than 250 words and a short biography (200 words) to Dr Saskia Hufnagel (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the 1st September 2014.
Conference fees are waived for speakers.